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quote . it's necessary when you're targeting a u.s. person. this database concerns loss of u.s. persons but it's done completely independent of the fisa court. >> they have to clear some bar of justification for the foreignness of the person that
quote , it is safe to say that it cost billions of dollars for us to be watching us. that's an activity that the constitution forbids because there is no probable cause and it needs to stop. host: there is something on the house floor last week known as the amash amendment. theresue is better out
quote . it has nothing to do with the fisa court. it's necessary when you're targeting a u.s. person. this database concerns loss of u.s. persons but it's done completely independent of the fisa court. >> they have to clear some bar of justification for the foreignness of the person that they're clearing for in order for it to be within the four squares of the law as the nsa understands it, is that right?
quote and the other committees. typically, this the form that has been used to strike this balance. >> we all get that. my point is, the american public is an important part of this debate. we would be better off if there is not such a strong instinct in favor of keeping things
quote -- as some have projected. the phone records of all of us in this room reside in an nsa database. i have said repeatedly just because we have the ability to collect huge amounts of data does not mean that we should be doing so. the collection of internet meta- data was shut down because it
quote 's necessary when you're targeting a u.s. person. this database concerns loss of
quote , analysts charged with providing information that is useful. in that regard, they try to be judicious about choosing when to do a second or third hop. those are always exercised. they do not always exercise a second half for all numbers
quote used the old expression, locking the door after the horse has been stolen. >> i can, sir. >> i appreciate your candor.
quote . , think, based on what i know they will come after us and i think we need to prevent an attack wherever we can from happening. that does not mean that we
quote defend us from foreign enemies. domestically, we rely upon the fbi and the department justice. notwithstanding, for the past few years, the nsa has gone wild and conducted domestic surveillance on literally every single american, all 320 million people who have a telephone. that is wrong and unconstitutional. our founding fathers were quite clear on this point. the nsa has made a mockery of that. host: the first call from our guest to as a law degree from
quote 'sneed credit card data. the phone records allow us to look at the connections. as someone is buying things for bombs, what we would like to know that. -- if someone is buying things for bombs, we would like to know that.
quote and thoughtful debate about these issues. i will come that statement because this is a debate that several of us on this committee and both parties have been trying to have for years. classifiedthe briefings but you cannot talk about them. a lot of these things that should be and can be discussed. we're going to have the debate that the president called for and the executive branch has been a full partner. we need straightforward answers.
quote claims that in order to keep us safe, we have to spy on ourselves. there are some people who find that convincing. i think it defies common sense and i don't buy it. host: we have about 25 minutes
quote described as a discrete program, to go after people who would cause us harm, when you look at the reach of ais program, it envelops substantial number of americans. can somebody help me with the math here question mark have i missed something along the way
failed. high levels of radioactivity have detected in the well sites. tepco has been using a hardening agent to try to solidify the embankment of the power plant to a depth of 16 meters. it hopes that might stop the tainted water from leaking into the pacific. but company officials admit water levels in one of the contaminated wells have risen by about one meter since the work began in early july. it says construction work on the embankment is likely causing the problem. the company says it's struggling to harden the top layer of the soil, and water may be seeping out. the failures propted the head of the state's nuclear regulator to credit size the utility. he said tepco had no sense of crisis despite the emergency. >>> japan's government has pledged to lower issuances of new bonds from next spring. prime minister shinzo abe wants to half japan's staggering deficit of $340 billion by fiscal 2015. a government panel has drafted the outlines of a midterm plan to rebuild the nation's fiscal health. the plan lays out specific steps to reduce the deficit. the government wants to improve it
out it talk to us about what you do and the love with which you do it. we appreciate your time here on quick bites. i hope you've enjoyed our delicious tale of defendant 93 and dessert. as for me, my search is over. those reviews did not lie. in fact, i'm thinking of one of my very own. some things you just have it experience for yourself. to learn more about anthony's cookies, visit him on the web at if you want to watch some of our other episodes at sfquickbites/ see >> hi, i'm lawrence corn field. welcome to building san francisco. we have a special series, stay safe. we're looking at earthquake issues. and today we're going to be talking with a residential building owner about what residential building owners and tenants can and should do before earthquakes and after earthquakes. ♪ ♪ >> we're here at this wonderful spur exhibit on mission street in san francisco and i have with me today my good friend george. thanks for joining me, george. and george has for a long time owned residential property here in san francisco. and we want to t
in this half- hour, the u.s. government offers a rare peek into spying methods. and we report on how britain's gamble on casino style games has led to a rise in addiction. egypt's interim government has given the police orders to end sit-in's by supporters of ousted president mohammed morsi. the cabinet said the rallies pose a threat to national security. thousands of loyalists have been protesting for weeks in cairo demanding his return. the muslim brotherhood insists they will stay put until morsi is reinstated. >> the cabinet has decided to take all necessary measures and us up -- a sign the police to it in the protest. is for the safety of the egyptian people. craigslist go live to our special corps isn't -- correspondent in cairo. what is the reaction on the ground to this statement? [indiscernible] there has been no sign yet of any sort of police action. people held that with -- people felt that with such a high- thatle dignitary here, now she is gone i think people felt -- the other thing to raise people's anxiety level. people have been here preparing , so the security precautions ar
years and 10 months. this is through china eastern airlines and them signing on to the use and lease agreement. the terms are identical to the previous approved 43 leases, 43 previous airlines that signed on to the agreement. in addition to setting landing fees and providing for ticket and counter space at the airport the agreement is also the mechanism that ensuring the annual payment from the airport to the city through 2021. under the proposed agreements they will pay the air airport monthly landing fees listed. the budget analyst recommends approval and i am happy to answer any questions. >> thank you. colleagues any questions? okay. we will move on to the budget analyst report for item nine please. >> mr. chairman, members of committee on page 36 at the bottom what is stated on page 37 and china eastern airlines and scandinavian airlines will pay the amount listed that is less than the permits. we recommend that you approve this resolution. >> okay thank you mr. rose. colleagues any questions comments for mr. rose? okay. we will move on to public comment? seeing none p
a very large number for us to justify the space. so some of it was simply how we looked at the numbers and there needs to be clarification because i did receive an e-mail saying that there would be no savings in terms of that $35,000, that they are currently using. >> with permission, i don't know, perhaps, that was miscommunicated. i don't know, i don't have that e-mail here. we believe that there is savings, dave has described those savings and they will add significantly reduce our reliance on hotel rooms for testing for those exams and i would note that we have a commitment for use from gsa to use the testing rooms for some of their large events. and so, we think that it also provides the opportunity for when it fits into our schedule, for testing, that we are able to have the departments use them and they don't have to go to the outside of the city as well. >> mr. chairman, actually if the department is committing that they are going to save the $30,000 in the hotel rooms, we would recommend approval. if the department is suggesting that the board of supervisors request the contro
. it was an old dee correctvth it building for decades. when i was a member of the board of supervisors, all of us wondered why we hadn't done anything there and the mayor thought the same. >> if an earthquake happened, the building was uninhabitable. it sat there vacant for quite a while. the city decided to buy the building in 1999 for $2. we worked and looked at ways that we can utilize the building for an office building. to build an icon i can building that will house a lot of city departments. >> the san francisco public utilities commission has an important job. we provide clean, pristine public drinking water to 2.6 million people in the san francisco bay area from the hetch hetchy regional water system. with also generate clean renewable energy for city services like public buses, hospitals, schools, and much more. and finally, we collect and treat all the city's wastewater and stormwater making it safe enough to discharge into the san francisco bay and pacific ocean. >> in 2006 the puc was planning a record number of projects. >> the public utilities commission is a very infrastructure-r
and celebrate our resources and bring in newland uses that are relative to a changing face of san francisco while at the same time really recognizing and protecting the integrity of the maritime industries along the waterfront. the work that has been done has been reflected in the people that are now going up and down the waterfront it was to give and open up the range of activities that would be developed along the waterfront and to a make sure that was planned in sync with the waterfront system and to make sure those opportunities awe violated us the chance to preserve those buildings. between the ballpark buildings it's been a successful effort overall and we're been working with the planning department to create joint design reviews both of our colleagues serve on to make sure the planning the citywide design prospective's are integrated into the port projects but now we're shifting our focus to south of china basin into the waterfront area we're going to be taking a lot of the the ad in the in her efforts we've opinion half of the waterfront in terms of the calculation efforts and brin
, can you bring us an update on what that's about. >> i forgot to include that as part of my budget highlights. it's another good new story is president chiu sponsored legislation which was embraced by the board of supervisors to create a mechanism to create the urban forming development in departments. that's going to be housed at the recreation and parks department. we're going to hire an agriculture coordinating who will coordinating with with different groups who are interested in different agriculture and the different departments that include pc, dpw and the department of environment. there's a variety of non profits who are in this pace and the idea is to have an appoint person to help the community understand the opportunities that are out there. we're blessed with 27 gardens and we're going to have the community park gate gardening and we're working on her projects as well. so this person will be supported by the department and will work with the community to continue to create urban agricultural opportunities for san francisco. >> thank you. commissioner bonim. >> ph
. >> it reminded some of us of that famous phrase, the benality of evil. and while what castro said today was infuriating and what he it was incomprehensible, you might not think anything about him if you met him at your local store. you may not even notice him. life in prison plus 1,000 years without the possibility of parole. you couldn't help but be struck today by the bravery of michelle knight. she confronted her captor and got her first chance to publicly shame him for the hell he made her endure. >> you took 11 years of my life away. i spent 11 years in hell and now your hell is just beginning. i will overcome all this what happened, but you will face hell for eternity. >> joining us live from outside the courthouse in cleveland is cnn's pamela brown. we got our first look at some of the evidence recovered from the crime scene today and it paints this bone chilling picture of what was going on inside that house. tell us about it. >> reporter: and to think, jake, this wasn't all the evidence that authorities had. they didn't want to show the full scope of evidence because it was too
detected in monitoring wells in the plant site and nearby waters since may. tepco has been using a hardening agent to try to solidify the embankment of the plant to a depth of 16 meters and hopes that might stop the tainted water from leaking into the pacific. officials admit water levels in the contaminated well have risen by about one meter since the walk began in early july. the construction work on the embankment is likely causing the problem. the sump said they are struggling to harden the top layer of the soil and water may be seeping out. they prompted the head of the state's regulator to criticize the utility. they had no sense of crisis despite the emergency. japan's government pledged to lower issuances from next string. they want to have the staggering balance deficit of $340 billion by fiscal 2015. a government panel drafted the outlines of a mid-term plan to rebuild the nation's fiscal health. that i lay out steps to reduce the deficit. they want to improve the account balance by $80 billion between fiscal 2014 and 2015. to achieve this, they said they will keep issu
captioning sponsored by macneil/lehrer producti >> woodruff: edward snowden, the leaker of u.s. surveillance secrets, was granted asylum in russia today. he walked out of the moscow airport where he had been holed up for more than a month. good evening, i'm judy woodruff. >> brown: and i'm jeffrey brown. on the "newshour" tonight: we get reaction from washington and moscow and talk with former national security agency officials about the scope of u.s. spying programs. >> they're still collecting everything, content word for word of every doe midwest incommunication in this country. >> the idea that n.s.a. is keeping files on americans as a general rule just isn't true. >> woodruff: then, rebels fired scores of rockets on the syrian city of homs as the assad regime celebrated army day. margaret warner gets the latest on the bloody civil war from npr's deborah amos. >> brown: law enforcement bids farewell to f.b.i. director robert mueller. ray suarez explores the transformation of the bureau after the 9-11 attacks. >> woodruff: and we hear from two u.s. senators leading the push
with the staff. when we first started working on this project we started working think the design. the uses of the street and the texture and the richness of the fabric that's there. viewing sixth street facing south along the hotel and on the left looking north along the street. it's a vibrant place and it's one of the 345eshg9 features and the mix of building heats we've mapped it out vigorously and this is an imagine of the street marked no dark blue on the middle right but the two prominent sites is the ground floor arbitrate. the other is the mix of building heights it goes up and down. and with a lot of the that 2rib9 buildings being masonry. so those impacts of the affordable housing the vibrant mixes of uses arresting and the diversity of the fabrics. starting with the actual ground floor this is an incredibly wonderful impact. we have retail space that wraps around sixth street. we tried to anytime misses and we're trying to work hard and minimizing our gap in the streets. but the rest is retail frontage. we've worked with the leasing staff to make sure that is viable. at the corne
policy makers in the city which should get us all moving quickly. >> thank you. members of the board anything else? any final comment? >> [inaudible] >> michael schwartz. >> good afternoon. >> i am with the sfmta and based on public comment want to make sure people know where we are in the very near term and the final environmental document is available and as director reiskin said it will be certified by the board d will bring it to this board in september and approval and adoption of the findings. anyone that wants to review the project it's on the project website and you can download all of the chapters and parking and 3.5 that goes into a longer description of parking, anything you would like to see and anyone is welcome to send me an email if you have questions. thank you very much for your time. >> thank you mr. schwartz. director ramos. >> yeah. the reason i think there was speculation about caltrans because it's not crystal clear about the delay and there was speculation in the public forums what it could be and helpful to make that public and help people understand what a
. >> the table was so far away. how do i use the light table? can i use the light table? >> yes, you may. just give us a second. >> just put up this map that he had. peter, would you put up this map page. >> actually ma'am he's going to help you so just a second. >> [inaudible] >> this right here. >> i have been dealing with planning issues since 1970, and i have been involved in all the plans that were rattled off by the planning director, and i listened really carefully to what peter said and what john said. john had one little sentence that i'm sure was thrown in because he kind of knows he should at least mentioning it and they will do things in the context of sea level rise, and it didn't come up at all. maybe i missed something as it flashing by. san francisco is republican denialists. you're the tea party. if we were in new york or reading the papers daily in new york and what they are planning -- right now the planning process as well as dealing with transportation because they found out they have a planning process and a siting of housing and a transportation system that is susce
and it effects us in the papers and all over the city and i would rather see us try to get this resolved in six days. >> just a question on the prop j, is that something that if we were to move to the full board, whether that would be enough time to kind of determine whether that should be triggered or not? >> to the chair, to the committee members, it really depends on the complexity and the type of work that is being proposed. this generally two ways to contract for services, and one is through the prop j process when it is clear that city employees have been performing a certain work and is being proposed to being transferred to a contract agency and the other is if the work is different than what is currently provided by the city employees, and is being proposed to be done by a contractor, then that question goes to the civil service commission to determine whether or not the employees are cap able of doing the work. and so, the department did go to the civil service commission and i don't know if that discussion or what points were raised or what points were made and so we need to look at
a situation in nigeria which is giving us some concern. >>> japan's top consumer electronics companies on the road to recovery. sony and sharp both deliver better than expected earnings. analysts aren't sure if that's enough. >>> warm welcome to the program. we kick off with eurozone manufacturing pmi growing for first time in two years in july. factory outputs surging. markets using pmi up to 53.3 in july. from june's 48.8. revised slightly higher from the preliminary reading of 50.1. and over that 50 threshold for the first time since july 2011. follows a string of fairly good or more promising economic data out of the eurozone. unemployment also falling slightly. did revise actually the june number. still near the record high. euro/dollar during the session tracking down, 1.3232. was 1.33 post the fomc and u.s. data as well. just got the greek component of that. it hit a 3 1/2 year high in july as well. so that little bit of data will play into the ecb's discussions. but by how much? jeff and annette are in frankfurt for us with the decision today. hello to you both. jeff? >> good m
? treat them not as empty bottles to be filled but candle sz to be lit. and i hope we can all use our collective voices today to spread a message of empowerment, justice and courage. courage. thank you . >> thanks, rick, i think we'll dig into that message of empowerment a little bit more deeply. next up is. >> our president was unable to be with us today but sends her greetings from washington, dc i hope you all have the handouts on the table that describe our organization. basically for the last 20 years, our organization has challenged stereotypes and misinformation about muslims and their faith, true education. we believe the bias and discrimination and hate that we see is generally commonly based on lack of information or misinformation and we believe that by providing accurate face to face information about any group that is the best way to combat bias and discrimination. so that's what we've been focusing on for the last 20 years. we go out to schools and other convenient tues and basically talk about what it means to be an american muslim. we have other related presentation
, everybody. thank you for being with us. wall street picking of the month of august in record fashion after a series of upbeat economic reports revealed a strengthening job market and positive news in the auto industry and the entire manufacturing sector. that dogs out its industrial average surging toward 16,000 while sitting is 209th record close of the year. the dow up nearly 130 points. the dow jones industrials now more than 2,500 points. a 21% gain year today. the s&p tonight set a new record high. brought our markets 24th record close of the year. the s&p up 21 points on the day to finish above 1700 for the first time in history. it is now up nearly 20 percent year-to-date. the records did not stop there. the russell 2008 its 47 record high of the year. the small-cap index up nearly 25% so far this year. the nasdaq up nearly 50 points in a 52-week high. the wilshire 5,000 measuring the day's paper gains of $2,705,000,000,000 on the year. good news on main street as well as wall street. the number of americans applying for unemployment topped 326,000 last week. that is the lowest leve
with the u.s. by all allowing snowden to live there. >> we're extremely disdisappoi disdisappointed that russia would take this step, and not have snowden ex-spelled to the u.s. to face charges against him. he should be returned to the united states as soon as possible where he will be accorded full due process and protections. >> michael: sometimes i really don't believe that jay carney believes what he's saying. that was one of those moments. and a new poll released shows that majority of americans disagree with that. 55% think that edward snowden is in fact a whistle blower, while 45% think he is a traitor. jay carney issued a veiled threat saying they're considering a. : >> michael: joining us now from washington, d.c. one of our favorites, michael tomasky. great to have you back here. michael, does it matter that all of these lawmakers in washington are so angry about this? does it change anything between russia and the u.s.? >> i don't think it changes a thing. do you think vladimir putin cares what john mccain said? i don't think so. however anybody feels about snowden, whist
and justice for all. >> please be advised that the ringing of and use of cell phones, pages and similiar sound-producing electronic devices are prohibited at this meeting. please be advised that the chair may order the removal from the meeting room of any persons responsible for the ringing or or use of a cell phone, pager, or other similar sound-producing electronic device. please be advised that a member of the public has up to three minute to make pertinent public comment on each agenda item unless the port commission adopts a shorter period on any item. next item items not list on the agenda. >> we have alex walker from san francisco beautiful. >> good afternoon commissioners. my name is alex walker representing san francisco beautiful an organization that existed for more than 60 years in san francisco and the cable cars under threat of being dismantled and i am here to talk about an issue in the august meeting. the proposed what is the pilot recognition program for piers for the mou between the port commission and the organizing authority. san francisco beautiful has always stood with
suit tomorrow after one more vote on health care. summer break is upon us here in washington, d.c. one headline says lawmakers are leaving capitol hill pretty empty-handed. both sides are pointing fingers at each other. want to get your thoughts this thursday morning on the congressional session thus far, what is being done and perhaps not being done. here are the numbers. if not by sound, you can send aus a tweet. you can post your comment on facebook and you can send us an e-mail. we look forward to hearing from you. here is one of the headlines this morning in "the huffington post" -- they're talking about congressman harold rogers, the republican of kentucky who chairs the appropriations committee. writes about this as well. russell permanent shares the byline and joins us by phone. burman shares the by line. guest: pretty interesting day in the house yesterday. they were considering a house appropriations bill to fund the department of transportation and housing and urban development. this has been a key bill implementing deep cuts offered by congressman paul ryan. they effectivel
way of deceiving us. i can clearly see some of you who are called supervisors you find it very, very difficult to think straight. and this is one of the results. we need now to make a decision we need to adequate and make a decision and a those you will choose the right candidate. i'm the only one from the public comment you all will go somewhere and at least we'll have some - you'll explain how that process happened and it should have been explained before public comment i think so. thank you any member of the public who would like to commit. seeing none, public comment is closed. okay. we're now g >> it's a pleasure to be here. i'd just like to say thanks to the city of san francisco and the mayor and all of you great people for keeping the legacy of otis redding alive. and a quick thing about the song. my mother said my father was in california and done some shows in los angeles. and he came home and he told her he wanted to be a new otis redding, not the begging and pleading, he wanted to do something totally different. he came home and started putting bits and pieces of a song
torrez to join us again on stage, joaquin will be introducing the mayor and if i can ask my fellow committee members to also join us on stage. joaquin. >> thank you very much i have to say as director the mayor's oches of neighborhood services it's refreshing to have a mayor so dedicated to couldn't and it makes my job easier when our people in the community want to feel our elected efficients make our needs and it's in physical presence and i have had the great pleasure of serving under our mayor lee who i would like to make a invite to make a few remarks in honor or of arab heritage month here in san francisco. >> thank you, thank you joaquin, thank you, welcome to our orange city hall. i want to welcome everybody here this fourthth animal america arab month of separation and it's my pleasure to join us here and many of us know that we are such a lucky city, and we are lucky because people around their world make their way to fraction, find hopey until the city they know that we celebrate our diversity and find strength in the different cultures that pretend together and now
garages to be used by stopping the xhenls. there's a real willing to work on that. that is actually people's homes as well as the recreation designation speaker we've heard a lot of criticism. lt slides they're talking about other aspects of transportation. we've worked with taxis and those are special needs that they need to get to the customers. and then to make sure in the final development we build state of anger facilities from scratch. that you can do. the last slide is in addition to all those programs they help folks use the best choices and make it more the regular way and that's working with the teams like looking at tickets for transportation rides and this is part of the project and from that i'm going to stop because you can see for each slide there's a half an hour of conversation. >> thank you any public comment on those two combined items? >> sue herself take care. i wasn't here when the bureau ton act was passed but i was here a year afterwards. we had a lot of planning on the waterfront. the - and part of it is you're planning. the planning department inherited all the r
per year? >> and we could be sppnding a lot less. using insurance when we don't need to and often buy medication where there is a cheaper alternative. gerri: what of the most interesting item in your story that sometimes you just buy the drug it is cheaper than using your insurance. hall is that possible? >> we just discovered this of the last year there are hundreds of medications were the insurance maybe expensive than what the drug store deals are offering. gerri: shouldn't the insurance company? to make you would think so but this one is $4 per month that wal-mart or target yet insurance companies together spend 30 or $40 per month. >> and then to pull out the insurance card and they just automatically renewed up but stop and ask is there a cheaper way? could i get this out of my pocket over-the-counter? gerri: but some of them are cheaper. >> but they used to be prescription drugs or clarity and order prilosec. but to pay $225 for heartburn treatment. or pay $241 per month in the generic is four bucks a month in the average insurance prices $45 per month. or with clarity and it i
by the water use plan and all of those are about the work we're doing today is about implementing the plans that have been worked on for the better part of 20 years. i also wanted to mention -- oops i am going the wrong way. i also wanted to mention the work the port has done with the planning department and other agencies on design and access issues on the waterfront. as you know -- as diane mentioned it has the water element and i know there are other presentations happening on that as well. my view -- excuse me, my view is that the blue green way is one of the most important elements of that because it creates a continuous multi-mile access system through the entire waterfront through mission bay to hunter's point and extends the trail through the city and it's a way of combining us to and connecting us to the larger region. other realms include jefferson staff and the first phase was unveiled. we are very proud of that and it's a model to do the work in other parts of the city and just to let you know we have an entire team devoted to this type of work. it's the city design team wi
-o-vision" >> oh come on! the sweatshirt is nice and all, but i could use a golden lasso. (vo)only on current tv. cenk off air>>> alright in 15 minutes we're going to do the young turks! i think the number 1 thing than viewers like about the young turks is that were honest. they know that i'm not bsing them for some hidden agenda, actually supporting one party or the other. when the democrats are wrong, they know i'm going to be the first one to call them out. cenk on air>> what's unacceptable is how washington continues to screw the middle class over. cenk off air>>> i don't want the middle class taking the brunt of the spending cuts and all the different programs that wind up hurting the middle class. cenk on air>>> you got to go to the local level, the state level and we have to fight hard to make sure they can't buy our politics anymore. cenk off air>>> and they can question if i'm right about that. but i think the audience gets that, i actually mean it. cenk on air>>> 3 trillion dollars in spending cuts! narrator>>> uniquely progressive and always topical, the worlds largest online news sh
abilities is trying to look out for us." only on current tv! >> welcome to "the young turks." we'll talk about snowden first. we have a lovely panelist with h me. ana kasparian, shana naomi krochmal and current, i guess. i have feelings about snowden. why don't you tell us what happened, and we'll get going. >> there is an exciting development in the edward snowden case. he's no longer hiding out in an argument. he has been granted asylum by russian officials. he can stay in russia unti until 2014. who knows what will happen to him. he may have to continue applying for asylum. there are many politician who is are upset about this news, they feel he should be extradited to the united states, and let's go to jay carney and hear what he has to say. >> we're extremely disappointed that the russian government would take this step despite the clear and lawful request in public and private to have snowden expelled to the united states to face charges against him. we have a wide range of interests with the russians, and we are evaluating the utility of the summit. >> now he didn't the on
and checked open us emotionally. i had no idea about the abrogates but he came out and checked open staff and sergeant and thank you for coming out and just checking on us emotionally. they weren't there trying to interrogate us. thank you >> thank you for running such a great program. >> good evening commissioners chief sir, ladies and gentlemen. i'm ronnie sing i'm the assigned district attorney i hopefully want to show my great preparation for chief sir, for your collaboration on going on projects but especially the project of the neighborhood prosecution team. last year at this time i got a call on woodside where i was assigned as a special unit prosecutor and asked me well, actually he give him an identify i couldn't refuse. he asked me to be a member of the prosecution unit. i talked to my husband who's a sergeant in the sheriff's department both san francisco kids born and raids i went to lincoln also the other high school in this district and i was nervous i was apprehend i didn't know how i'd be received and the minute i walked in captain alumni embraced the program and embrace
are following at this hour. >>> a lawyer for edward snowden says the u.s. intelligence leaker has left an airport in moscow and entered russia after being granted temporary asylum. >>> japan's deputy prime minister is eating his words. he's under fire for suggesting his country could learn from the nazis. >>> and fushl officials estimate 500,000 japanese students are addicted to online games and messaging. >>> edward snowden has walked out of an airport in moscow that has been his home for more than five weeks. the lawyer representing the national security agency contractor says russian immigration officials have granted him temporary asylum for one year. american authorities want snowden on charges of espionage for leaking details of the nsa surveillance programs. snowden has been holed up in the transit zone at moscow's airport since he arrived from hong kong on june 23rd. his lawyer gave an update on his status. >> translator: snowden has just left airport and has headed for a safer place. >> snowden had been asking russia for temporary asylum until he could relocate to latin americ
, but first our toptory tonight. new allegations that big banks are using big data ted discriminate against low-income customers tt they believe are mostikely to overdraft they're checking accouounts or bounce chks. big banks argue they're using the data bases to avoid fraud artists. here to weigh in, editor in chief of american banker and former vice president of goldman. i'm going to start with you. allegations tonight in the new york times that over a million low-income americans basically are being kicked out of banks because there are errors in se of these databases. >> thank you for having me. i appreciated. yes. that is the gist of the article. two things. errors and databases which occur. we have all experienced that. also, the fact that the way the data bases are used, the consequences of certain activities that you might engage in, you might have an overdraft because everybody shares the same data bases and there are very few banks left to deal with. you could be forlosed from havi a bank account whi could have seriou consequences. gerri: i think that most americans should be in t
>> thanks for joining us. we hope to see you back at 6 clk. >>> on our broadcast tonight, under fire. after a spike in wrongdoing by tsa agents caught sleeping on the job, stealing from passengers, and letting bags and people slip by checkpoints. >>> banned for life. that's what alex rodriguez is facing according to a league report from the world of baseball as talks continue to cut a deal and with a crackdown on cheaters under way. >>> the traffic jam at one of the most beautiful spots in the country. are we loving our national parks to death? and what summer visitors to yosemite may discover when they arrive. >>> and must see tv, the new network about to go national, aimed at a specific niche audience. "nightly news" begins now. >>> good evening. they are the men and women in blue. it is an unmistakable bright blue, and frequent fliers know them instantly as the people standing between us passengers and actually boarding an airplane. there was no tsa before 9/11 and they have grown big and powerful in just the years since. most of the time they do their work without incident,
session with a convoluted way of deceiving us. i can clearly see some of you who are called supervisors you find it very, very difficult to think straight. and this is one of the results. we need now to make a decision we need to adequate and make a decision and a those you will choose the right candidate. i'm the only one from the public comment you all will go somewhere and at least we'll have some - you'll explain how that process happened and it should have been explained before public comment i think so. thank you any member of the public who would like to commit. seeing none, public comment is closed. okay. we're now g >> i'm warren corn field and we are doing a series called stay safe, we are going to talk about staying in your home after an earthquake and taking care of your pet's needs. ♪ >> here we are at the spur urban ken center and we are in this little house that was built to show what it is like in san francisco after an earthquake. we are very pleased to have with us today, pat brown from the department of animal care and control and her friend oreo. >> hi. >> lauren
of hhs and office of personnel management which oversees federal employees is can you tell us are we or are we not going to provide subsidies to our employees. this is what employers all over the nation are trying to decide. they don't have the option of telling staffers you are not going to be able to work 40 hours a week. give us certainty so we can make plans because what is happening is you have a lot of staffers and a lot did work against the bill. they weren't successful. they are starting to leave capitol hill on search of other things. members of congress are worried. i think senator coburn would say leadership and members of congress would have to pay the normal fee. >> they should. >> the brain drain. >> their staff is worried. you are talking about out of pocket expenses. say you make $70,000 a year and you have to pay 80,000 or $10,000 more a year for your health plan that is a lot of money out of pocket. >> wouldn't it be nice if the irs and various unions would say prior to this point that we are okay with obama care and will take it. >> i told you guys on monday this i
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